Barely weeks after releasing Nokia 6.1 and 8110 4G into Malaysia, HMD Global has recently added another new Nokia smartphone into its line-up for our market. This time around, it comes in the form of Nokia 3.1 which made its global debut in Russia at the end of May.
The phone which is the successor to the original Nokia 3 which was launched back at MWC 2017 carries a 5.2-inch HD+ 18”9 display and powered by MediaTek MT6750 octa-core processor. For the Malaysian market, the device is being offered with 3GB LPDDR3 RAM and 32GB internal storage.
It also comes with 13MP f/2.0 autofocus rear camera and 8MP f/2.0 fixed focus front camera. Equipped with a 2990mAh battery, the phone is pre-installed with Google-approved, near-stock version of Android 8 Oreo as the Nokia 3.1 is also part of HMD Global’s Android One family.
Priced at RM 655, the new Nokia 3.1 can now be obtained immediately via physical and online retailers throughout the Malaysia.